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Was the replacement capacitor the same as the old one?
 
If it was, it sounds like you could have damaged something else, or something else was already damaged. You should try looking at everything else, especially the area you worked to see if anything is missing or damaged.
 
=== Update (12/21/2017) ===
 
If your talking aboutI looked around, and the 3pin chip. Thats what it304 part should be at U11where it is, but if your talking about C37, please let me knowit isnt a capacitor, but rather a transistor or diode. Im not sure which component your talking aboutwhich, but it isnt a capacitor.
If your talking aboutI looked around, and the 3pin chip. Thats what it304 part should be at U11where it is, but if your talking about C37, please let me knowit isnt a capacitor, but rather a transistor or diode. Im not sure which component your talking aboutwhich, but it isnt a capacitor.

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Edit by: Cameron ,

Text:

Was the replacement capacitor the same as the old one?
 
If it was, it sounds like you could have damaged something else, or something else was already damaged. You should try looking at everything else, especially the area you worked to see if anything is missing or damaged.
 
=== Update (12/21/2017) ===
 
OK. I looked around, andIf your talking about the part you have is labeled a 104. I checked and found this image. (dont worry, that is just an image link from iFixit)

https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/o3HhKPLSRfiY6UWQ.huge

If you look, its says 304. So thats probably the cause of
3pin chip. Thats what it should be at U11, but if your problem.

Im
talking about C37, please let me know. Im not sure if that part is a Diode, or a Transistor. I think it may be a diodewhich component your talking about.
OK. I looked around, andIf your talking about the part you have is labeled a 104. I checked and found this image. (dont worry, that is just an image link from iFixit)

https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/o3HhKPLSRfiY6UWQ.huge

If you look, its says 304. So thats probably the cause of
3pin chip. Thats what it should be at U11, but if your problem.

Im
talking about C37, please let me know. Im not sure if that part is a Diode, or a Transistor. I think it may be a diodewhich component your talking about.

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open

Edit by: Cameron ,

Text:

Was the replacement capacitor the same as the old one?
 
If it was, it sounds like you could have damaged something else, or something else was already damaged. You should try looking at everything else, especially the area you worked to see if anything is missing or damaged.
 
=== Update (12/21/2017) ===
 
OK. I looked around, and the part you have is labeled a 104. I checked and found this image. (dont worry, that is just an image link from iFixit)
 
https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/o3HhKPLSRfiY6UWQ.huge
 
If you look, its says 304. So thats probably the cause of your problem.
 
Im not sure if that part is a Diode, or a Transistor. I think it may be a diode.

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open

Edit by: Cameron ,

Text:

Was the replacement capacitor the same as the old one?
 
If it was, it sounds like you could have damaged something else, or something else was already damaged. You should try looking at everything else, especially the area you worked to see if anything is missing or damaged.
 
=== Update (12/21/2017) ===
 
OK. I looked around, and the part you have is labeled a 104. I checked and found this image. (dont worry, that is just an image link from iFixit)
 
https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/o3HhKPLSRfiY6UWQ.huge
 
If you look, its says 304. So thats probably the cause of your problem.

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open

Original post by: Cameron ,

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Was the replacement capacitor the same as the old one?

If it was, it sounds like you could have damaged something else, or something else was already damaged. You should try looking at everything else, especially the area you worked to see if anything is missing or damaged.

Status:

open